The following are excepts from a Catholic Website CRUX (Covering all things Catholic) in which the author, a Priest, The commemoration of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation is an opportunity to ponder how God works through our human failures, brokenness, and rebellion to bring about an even greater glory in his purpose. It is also a chance to take one step further in the long, hard road to unity in Christ’s body.
It would appear that the catholic faithful have all joined this Jesuit Pope in uniting pagan religions and they would go all the way in their writings to create the moods right.
Almost 500 years ago, on Oct. 31, 1517, German monk Martin Luther strode up to the door of All Saints Church in Wittenberg and nailed his 95 Theses for debate. He was attacking widespread abuses in the Catholic Church: Simony, nepotism, usury, pluralism, and the sale of indulgences.
First of all the author takes lightly the 95 theses of Martin Luther. Of the 95 theses, nothing has changed in the catholic Church and calling for a celebration of 500yrs of reformation does not in any way imply that the church has reformed. It simply means that it has taken 500yrs for the Protestants to forget the reformation and go back to the Mother of Harlots.
In his homily at the close of the week of prayer for Christian unity, Pope Francis echoed Pope St John Paul II’s famous Ash Wednesday Jubilee apology and acknowledged the sins of Catholics against other Christians. He also told Catholics to forgive the wrongs done to them. The pope said injuries that had happened in the past can’t be canceled, but the burden of old wounds should not continue to harm the relations between Catholics and other Christians.(Here the priest is talking of sweeping the Bible under the carpet. Those old wounds were caused by the Catholic Church going away from the Bible and it still is happening. So unless we throw away the Bible, unity with the catholic church is an abomination to God.)
Pope Francis has built bridges with Protestants in remarkable ways.
Pope Francis’ outreach to Protestants will go to new lengths when he travels to Lund in Sweden in October to attend a service marking the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation.
The Catechism says that those Christians born into ecclesial bodies that are separated from Rome are not to be blamed for the division. The successor of Peter is the focus of unity not just for Catholics, but for the whole church. As such, it is his obligation to reach out to all Christians who are separated from full communion with the warm welcome of a father. We saw this remarkable welcome in the papacies of Pope St. John Paul II and Benedict XVI. Time and again, they reached out in their own way to Eastern Orthodox, Anglicans, Lutherans, Pentecostals, Baptists, and others. Pope Francis is simply following in their footsteps.
Let us analyze that statement. First of all, The Pope IS NOT the successor of Peter. You can read that article here. Secondly, the communion and the church they speak of are both filled with pagan rituals and festivities that they simply become abhorrent in the sight of God. Make no mistake friend, the same Catholic Church that made it a criminal offence to read the Bible is the same pretending to come out as an angel of peace when in reality she is the Babylon the Bible speaks of.
It was, arguably, only because of the reformers’ critiques of the Catholic Church that the great wave of 16th- and 17th-century renewal and missionary work could have taken place.
How about that for a conclusion. This priest says missionary work could only take place after the reformation, after the millions massacred for holding onto the Bible.
For every Genuine Christian, the call to spread the gospel of Christ is as passionate as the call to keep the commandments of God. An act of love, sharing the love of Christ. It is therefore simply stupid for this priest to allege that were it not for the reformation the gospel would not have been spread when in the Bible we seep Paul covering large tracts of land spreading the gospel.
The end is very near and this kinds of articles from the catholics shows they are now in full confidence of their one world religion. Uniting all Christendom to their pagan communion. If you were ever in doubt, this is really the time to start reading your Bible more thoroughly.